Participating subsidiaries.

Baker's Supermarkets (Omaha, Nebraska)
City Market (Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, New Mexico)
Dillons Food Stores (Kansas, Missouri)
Fry's Food & Drug (Arizona)
Gerbes Super Markets (Central Missouri)
Harris Teeter (North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Florida, Maryland, Delaware, and the District of Columbia)
Jay C (Southern Indiana)
King Soopers (Colorado, Wyoming)
Kroger (Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Georgia, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia)
Lily's (Middle Georgia)
Owen's (Northeastern Indiana)
Pay Less Super Markets (Central Indiana)
QFC (Oregon, Washington State)
Ralphs (Southern California)
Roundy's (Pick 'n Save, Mariano's Fresh Market, Metro Market, Copps) (Wisconsin, Illinois)
Scott's (Fort Wayne, Indiana)
Smith's (Arizona, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming)
Multi-department stores[edit]
Fred Meyer (Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington)
Price impact stores[edit]
Food 4 Less (Southern California; Chicago, Illinois; NW Indiana) (Food 4 Less stores elsewhere are owned by other companies)
Foods Co. (Northern California)
Ruler Foods (Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky, Missouri, Tennessee)
Marketplace stores[edit]
Dillons Marketplace
Fry's Marketplace
King Soopers Marketplace
Kroger Marketplace
Smith's Marketplace
Jewelry stores[edit]
Fred Meyer Jewelers (Texas, Ohio, Kentucky, and various others)
Barclay Jewelers
Fox's Jewelers
Littman Jewelers
Convenience stores[edit]
Kwik Shop (Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Tennessee, Mississippi)
Loaf 'N Jug (Colorado, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming)
Smith's Express (Utah)
Tom Thumb Food Stores (Alabama, Texas, Florida)
Turkey Hill Minit Markets (Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana)
Convenient care clinic[edit]
The Little Clinic (Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Indiana, Arizona, Mississippi, Colorado, Kansas, Virginia)
Former chains[edit]
Barney's Food Warehouse (Ohio) Warehouse stores, closed by Kroger in the 1980s.[40]
Cala Foods and Bell Markets (Northern California) Locations sold to DeLano's IGA, last Kroger-owned location closed in 2011.
Childs (Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana) Acquired July 1955, name phased out in 1966.
Henke's (Texas) Acquired May 1955, name phased out in 1966[41]
Hilander Foods (Illinois) Acquired 1998, sold to Schnucks in 2011.
Kessel Food Markets (Michigan) Acquired and name phased out in 1999.
Krambo (Wisconsin) Acquired June 1955, name phased out in 1966. Withdrew from Wisconsin in 1971.
Market Basket (Southern California) Acquired October 1963, sold in 1982.
Quik Stop (California, Nevada) Transitioned to Loaf 'N Jug brand.[42]

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